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Details on Moses Malone’s Son Strip Club Lawsuit Against James Harden Moving Forward; Malone Jr. Says Harden Sent Goons After FB Diss

The story goes as follows. Malone Jr. posted some unflattering Facebook posts about Harden. When Malone Jr. was leaving the strip club, some goons beat him down pretty bad. Malone Jr. believes that Harden sent the goons, but Harden says he never heard of these people in their lives.

The lawsuit is moving forward, Malone is asking for a ton of money for pain and suffering. Flip the page to look at the Facebook posts that led to the beating…

Malone Jr.s Original Lawsuit & Claims Against James Harden

Moses Jr. initially filed his pending $1 million lawsuit against the strip club, for damages due to his injuries and stolen property. The lawsuit claims that Blount aided in the attack by setting up Moses Jr. as he was trying to enter the club. And that Blount didn’t let him in, but instead redirected him to an area where the four gun toting robbers attacked him, repeatedly kicked and punched him in the face, and jacked him out of $15K to $50K in jewelry.

Soon after the attack, Moses Jr. publicly alleged Harden facilitated it because he was pissed about a Facebook post Moses Jr. wrote hours earlier, slamming Harden for charging inner city kids $249 dollars to join his basketball camp:

Moses Jr: “Don’t he make WAY more $ then (sic) Donald Driver???? But, he charging 249$ & the inner city kids have NO CHANCE to go to his camp. Hollywood Harden #Fact.”

After New Details Emerge, Malone Jr. & Attorney Speak On Adding Harden’s Name To Lawsuit

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James Harden Goons Arrested

Via USA Today: Malone’s attorney, George Farah, told USA TODAY Sports by phone on Tuesday that Malone is now seeking damages from Houston Rockets guard James Harden, who Malone alleges orchestrated the attack. […] The amended lawsuit alleges that Harden paid Blount $20,000 to lead the attack on Malone and that “it has come to light that James Harden was in fact at (the strip club) the night of the attack.”

In Houston, TX, four men have been charged in an attack at the V Live Vintage Steakhouse on June 25,2017 according to police.

Darian Blount, Kavon Boutte, Oscar Wattell and Deavion Lewis have been charged with aggravated robbery with a deadly weapon after police said they robbed Moses Malone Jr. of around $50,000 worth of jewelry, according to court documents.

The attack stemmed from a Facebook post Malone Jr. made about Rockets guard James Harden, according to reports. The report said Malone Jr. left the strip club, located in the 6400 block of Richmond Avenue, around 2:30 a.m. and was followed outside by Blount and about 15 other people. Malone Jr. said the group then started yelling at him and surrounding him. He said Blount began talking about a Facebook post about Harden, a prominent customer at the club. Blount told Malone Jr. that he disrespected Harden and that he would be punished for it.

At this time, court documents said the entire group started beating Malone Jr., some displaying guns. Malone said the men took his jewelry, cellphone, credit card and car key. He then called the police, according to reports. Malone Jr. later identified Boutte, Wattell and Lewis from a lineup. He said Boutte punched him and took his jewelry. He said Lewis flashed a handgun at him and Wattell punched him and took his car key.